Exercise stress testing. Correlations among history of angina, ST-segment response and prevalence of coronary-artery disease in the Coronary Artery Surgery Study (CASS).

@article{Weiner1979ExerciseST,
  title={Exercise stress testing. Correlations among history of angina, ST-segment response and prevalence of coronary-artery disease in the Coronary Artery Surgery Study (CASS).},
  author={D A Weiner and Thomas James Ryan and Carolyn H. McCabe and Jamie L. W. Kennedy and Michael Schloss and Felix E. Tristani and Bernard R. Chaitman and Lloyd D Fisher},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={1979},
  volume={301 5},
  pages={230-5}
}
To determine to what extent the diagnostic accuracy of stress testing is influenced by the prevalence of coronary-artery disease, we correlated the description of chest pain, the result of stress testing and the results of coronary arteriography in 1465 men and 580 women from a multicentered clinical trial. The pre-test risk (prevalence of coronary-artery… CONTINUE READING